New contracts maintain wages, benefits, pensions and other terms for 540 USW members.
Ford promises to invest $713 million in its Canadian operations.
Deal includes two wage increases of 2% and signing bonuses that total $12,000 over the next four years.
Four-year deal includes wage increases, signing bonuses and lump sum payments.
Union members overwhelmingly rejected a tentative contract agreement last week.
New deal had pay raises but didn’t end a lower wage rate for those hired after 2007.
Deal is for a six-year term; company will not release other specifics publicly.
Leaders still hope for approval this week.
Ontario commissioned report reveals contention over whether workers will return to work once a collective agreement is negotiated.
Employees overwhelming vote against labour agreement that would have boosted wages over three years.
Contract will increase wages by 4.6% over the term of the agreement.
Contract includes wage increases, benefits improvements and a commitment to maintaining operations.
New contract eliminates two-tiered pay system.
The tentative deal will be presented for ratification on Sept. 12.
Contracts include pay raises, increased entry-level wages and improved employer pension contributions.